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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Rethink God is a work of non-fiction focusing on spiritual and religious concepts and was penned by author Nadiez Bahi. It is a complex work with a long and well thought out reasoning; the work focuses on the central question as to whether God exists or not. As we strive to answer this question for ourselves, the author explores ideas from science, philosophy, and atheist reasoning, and puts these alongside ideas of extreme religious enthusiasm and the search for definitive proof. What results is an informative and critical look at both extremes of thought on the existence of God, and one which allows us as a reader to find our own path amongst the myriad of ideas and search for our own truth.
Author Nadiez Bahi offers a work that is truly like nothing I have ever read on the topic of religion, faith, and God. As someone who is not particularly religious, the exploration element of the work gave me plenty of space to have my own opinions without being preached to. But the beauty of the work is in this freedom because the narrative style encourages you to question the information presented as well as your own assumptions, and I did form new opinions of my own beliefs during the reading experience. Bahi’s prose is level, unbiased, and clear in its presentation of different ideas, building to a powerful central conclusion that offers great insight towards the central question. Overall, I would recommend Rethink God to readers who are curious about religion and faith and would like to read more without being lectured.